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Faaria Khan Awarded Prestigious Diamond Jubilee Scholarship Congratulations to Faaria Khan (MEng Engineering Science, 2017) who has been awarded a Diamond Jubilee Scholarship which will enable her to enhance her... 7th December 2017
Dr Gordon Whitham (Pembroke Fellow 1965 - 1996) The College is saddened by the news that Gordon Whitham, formerly Fellow and Tutor in Chemistry at Pembroke, has died. 4th December 2017
Cooking on Biogas, Samoan Public Health, and Cellular Fractionation: Rokos Award Internships 2017 2017 was the second year of the Rokos Awards, which were established to support students reading STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and... 28th November 2017
Malte Kaller’s DPhil Research Image Wins Oxford Innovation Photography Competition Malte Kaller, currently in his third year of a DPhil in Neuroscience at Pembroke, has received several prizes in the University of Oxford’s recent Innovation... 20th November 2017
Pembroke Alumnus Tony McVeigh Awarded Oxford Saïd Worshipful Company of International Bankers’ Prize Pembroke alumnus, Tony McVeigh, who undertook a Postgraduate Diploma in Organisational Leadership at the Saïd Business School has been awarded the Worshipful... 17th November 2017
Tsvetomira Dumbalska Awarded the Humphrey Prize for Best Research Project Dissertation in Psychological Research Tsvetomira Dumbalska recently completed her postgraduate degree in Psychological Research at Pembroke for which she received a Distinction. Tsvetomira achieved... 17th November 2017
Zoe Ford and Oxford team win iGEM Award iGEM (International Genetically Engineered Machine) is an international synthetic biology competition that encourages students to collaborate in order to solve... 17th November 2017
Recent Pembroke Graduate Brianna Stubbs Launches New Product at the Cutting Edge of Biohacking Research A ketone drink which  alumna Brianna Stubbs (2009, DPhil Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics) worked on during her degree has now launched. Carbohydrates and fats... 10th November 2017
From the Archive: Remembering Sao U Hkun As Remembrance Day approaches we are sharing this story written by our Archivist, Amanda Ingram. In Pembroke’s Damon Wells Chapel there are four plaques... 10th November 2017
Empire, Islam and the Invention of 'Politics' in Egypt: Leigh Douglas Prize for Dr Hussein Omar's thesis Pembroke Junior Research Fellow in History Dr Hussein Omar received a runner up prize in this year’s British Society Middle East Studies Leigh Douglas Prize... 7th November 2017

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